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jeff_potato

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I thought he'd fizzle out and wouldn't have been surprised to see him just tread water with the occasional flash like Walcott did, but I'm pleased to say I was wrong.

I would love to see him win the league with Arsenal too and keep challenging for honours in years to come.
 

fella

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I thought he'd fizzle out and wouldn't have been surprised to see him just tread water with the occasional flash like Walcott did, but I'm pleased to say I was wrong.

I would love to see him win the league with Arsenal too and keep challenging for honours in years to come.
I'm hoping we can attract him after we've won the 2027 Champions League.
 

KDG

Active member
I thought he'd fizzle out and wouldn't have been surprised to see him just tread water with the occasional flash like Walcott did, but I'm pleased to say I was wrong.

I would love to see him win the league with Arsenal too and keep challenging for honours in years to come.
I echo this.

Arsenal's turn in fortunes has certainly helped and stopped the Walcott comparison. He is direct and takes a risk - great to see him continue to develop and great for the national side.
 

Tryasize10

Well-known member
He's class. Love watching him play, unlike Foden who seems to have been coached to an inch of his life by Pep and now seems he can only play one way and isn't really effective in an England shirt playing a different way.
 
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